Previously a printworks during the 1800s-1900s, and then home to the Hornsey Journal, this development offers six two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments behind an architecturally striking 1920’s art deco façade, and three, three-bedroom new-build mews houses in a quiet enclave.
Its overall design reflects the local appeal of Crouch End, which has long been established as one of the capital’s most fashionable ‘London villages’ – an urban oasis with a bohemian artistic vibe. Exposed steel beams, bamboo floors and industrial style materials for ceilings, stairways and entrances reflect the building’s past. Interiors feature German kitchens, bespoke bathroom units, underfloor heating and a spacious open-plan layout with floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise natural light.
Apartments from £685,000 / €794,000 / $884,300
Mews houses from £1.1m / €1.27m / $1.42m
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